signal cable

signal cable

A metal wire or optical fiber that is used to transfer data. Contrast with the "power cable," which provides electricity to the unit.
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November 13/14 until December 4/5 - Suspension of Metro on four full weekends from South Shields to Pelaw to replace 9km of signal cable and ducting.
Two cuts were made to signal cable in an apparent attempt to steal about 20 metres.
Manhole covers, lead from roofs and copper railway signal cable are targeted by thieves who melt them down and sell the metal as scrap.
The MR20 features a horizontal reach of 1260mm, a repeatability of +/-0.1 mm built on a compact base, two 6mm through-arm pneumatic lines, 18 conductor signal cable, and through-arm support for servo-gripper tooling.
COVENTRY commuters were delayed yesterday morning after thieves put their lives at risk stealing trackside signal cable.
A single signal cable consists of 8 individual wires (4 signal lines and 4 ground lines).
M/D Totco replaced the signal cable between the level sensors at the mud pits with a BlueLynx BLM Bluetooth wireless transmitter supplied by Wilcoxon Research Inc.
services were disrupted for about an hour Tuesday morning after a signal cable was burned in a suspected act of sabotage, the railway operator said.
It uses a signal cable that is wrapped several times around the pipe and an electronic unit that sends out a complex, dynamic current that hits the resonant frequency of the calcium carbonate molecules, causing them to lose their adhesive properties.
It is equipped with a 6-foot signal cable that can be directly connected to an array of remote displays with various outputs.
It comes complete with a mains cable, signal cable, CD-ROM, handbook and a three year warranty.
Tenders are invited for proc of instrumentation signal cable